Everything You Need to Know About World History Homework

Everything You Need to Know About World History Homework

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Highlighting updated maps, timelines, charts, graphs, a detailed index, and additional visual aids, an accessible reference brings world history up to date. Researched according to middle-grade curriculum and current textbooks, and created in conjunction with subject experts, these titles answer kids' most frequently asked homework questions. In world history, students will find everything from Ancient Egypt to Buddha, from Operation Enduring Freedom to the Olympic Games. These newly revised and updated editions in this popular series answer kids' most frequently asked homework questions, and help students in grades 4-6 complete assignments, write reports, and prepare for tests
Publisher: New York : Scholastic Reference, [2005]
Copyright Date: ©2005
ISBN: 9780439625210
0439625211
Branch Call Number: JUV 909 Zeman 2005
Characteristics: viii, 135 pages : illustrations (some color), color maps ; 28 cm
Additional Contributors: Kelly, Kate 1958-
Alternative Title: World history homework

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Oct 26, 2013

History can be a boring and tasking subject to learn in school for most kids. But what child wouldn't want to learn about the first written language or who started the studies of science and math? Well, okay still seems a little boring. How about the Ancient Indians who wrote fables and stories? Kids will have fun learning about doctors, musicians and dances from 322 B.C.
Empires and rulers in ancient times created havoc amongst the peoples. Slave trades started in 1441. In Africa, 1948 Apartheid forced people into white and non-white racial groups. Pancho Villa and Emiliano Zapata were two famous heroes of the Mexican Revolution. Wars and revolution have caused up-rises around the globe in history.
A modern timeline of world events is listed from the 1700's to the present day. Young readers will learn about Neil Armstrong the first astronaut to walk on the moon. Martin Luther King Jr. and his freedom marches, Indira Gandhi the first woman prime minister of India, along with so many more can be found here too. The glossary of terms in the back will have young readers mastering history in no time. Maps, pictures and links are handy as well.

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